English version

out of doors

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout of doorsout of doorsDLOOUT/OUTSIDEoutside syn outdoors πŸ”Š I prefer working out of doors. β†’ door
Examples from the Corpus
out of doorsβ€’ It can provide a place to play with toys and games and swings and slides, both in and out of doors.β€’ They went without a flashlight, as the Managuans do if they are out of doors when the lights go out.β€’ More and more people have come out of doors.β€’ For everyone else out of doors it was an ordinary afternoon in la perla de la septentrion.β€’ After all, animals lived out of doors naturally.β€’ Then out of doors went the parade, and through gate after gate again.β€’ New energy and resolve erupted from the simple act of moving their tiny toys out of doors!β€’ They fed him, covered him when he was out of doors and kept him warm when he was within.
out of doorsˌout of ˈdoors adverb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š OUT/OUTSIDEoutside, not in a building syn outdoors opp indoors πŸ”Š The kids spent all their time out of doors.
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